Author: Em Carpenter
Somewhere along the way, Qualified Immunity was twisted to shield officers from consequences of actions no one can argue were ambiguous in wrongness.
While the significance of Brown v. Board of Education cannot be overstated, a lesser-known predecessor from thirty years prior deserves some attention
People would be better off realizing how often a Supreme Court decision rests on a legal technicality or procedural element, as opposed to the merits of a particular position.
I wonder how far they can go, how long this can go on, before we lose our collective willingness to submit.
You should try a pepperoni roll sometime if you get the opportunity. Just make sure it is an actual pepperoni roll, and not one of the weak wannabe versions
It is reasonable to suspect that the trend toward telehealth will continue, even after the pandemic has been tamped down.
The porn magnate defeats the disabled children. Laissez bon temps rouler.